From photography lovers to bookworms, there's a DIY gift for any tech lover on your list.
For the photographer: $10 gliding camera strap
Step aside, neck strap, there's a better option in town. Avid photographers, including point-and-shoot owners, can benefit from a camera strap that takes the weight off the neck, and instead slings across the body.
Better yet, the camera glides along the strap, offering quick access for unexpected shots.
For the multitasker: Lamp turned flexible phone stand
This flexible phone stand is perfect for video calls, shameless self-portraits, and best of all, placing a smartphone alongside a computer screen. The gift recipient will never know that all it took was a little elbow grease and an old gooseneck lamp.
For the snow dweller: Touch-screen-friendly gloves
Freezing temperatures won't stop most of us from checking our phones. Make the habit a bit easier for someone this season by crafting a set of these touch-screen-friendly gloves. You're only a few stitches away from a unique, custom gift. Follow the easy tutorial here.
Book nerds will love this hack that turns an old hard cover into a charging phone stand. Head to the used bookstore, pick up a classic book, and craft a stand that promises to be a fun conversation piece.
Follow this tutorial to get started.
Anyone who appreciates practicality will love the custom USB thumb drive you crafted for them this season. From Legos to old floppy disks, there's a USB flavor for everyone on your list. Better yet, put your creative cap on and come up with your own unique version.
When you're done, load it up with some extra goodies, like a playlist, a few favorite recipes, or a heartfelt photo slideshow.
Whether you DIYed a gift or purchased one, don't forget the gift tag. Kick it up a notch this year by programming a QR code tag that takes the recipient to a personal video wishing them a happy holiday season.
Videos for everyone on your list isn't necessary, but this can be especially appropriate for long distance friends and relatives. Get the tutorial here.